Brooke High School’s Health Occupation Students of America, composed of Bio-Med and Nursing students, joined forces this year to raise funds to adopt 20 Angels from Brooke County Salvation Army’s Angel Tree. A representative group with HOSA sold Sarris Candy at the school to raise funds to purchase numerous age-appropriate toys and clothing items for the Angels, continuing a long history of HOSA helping the Salvation Army at Christmas. Autumn Beatty, nursing teacher, and Melissa Garrett, Bio-Med teacher, are co-advisers for HOSA. the mission of which is preparing future health professionals for the health industry. Faculty, Salvation Army representatives and Brooke County Schools Superintendent Dr. Jeffrey Crook participated in the presentation program held at the high school recently.